Khartoum — Member of the Sovereignty Council, Prof. Siddiq Tawer, stressed that the armed struggle movements represent an original part in the change process in the country.
He said in a press statement after his meeting Monday with the advance delegation of the Justice and Equality delegation at Coral Hotel in Khartoum Monday, Prof. Tawer said that the government and armed struggle movements will present in the upcoming peace negotiations a different model which is based on seriousness, responsibility and the principle of partnership.
Tower stressed that the challenge facing the parties at the present time is the work to move the country from a state of war to the era of peace and building for the future of generations who aspire to the prevalence of the values of peace, freedom and justice.
Meanwhile, deputy leader of the Justice and Equality Movement, Adam Eissa Ibrahim, said that the meeting has strengthened the spirit of partnership between the movement and the government for working together to push forward the peace process d, indicating that the achievement peace in the country requires common will, concerted official and popular efforts and concessions from all parties.
He said that the meeting discussed the issue of releasing prisoners of the movement, indicating that the locations of 42 of them were determined, adding that the Sovereign Council's member has pledged to give concern to the issue of prisoners and to discuss it at the Sovereignty Council's level.